1991 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships

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1991 Pan Pacific
Swimming Championships

Edmonton, Canada
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Freestyle
50 m   men   women
100 m men women
200 m men women
400 m men women
800 m men women
1500 m men women
Backstroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Breaststroke
100 m men women
200 m men women
Butterfly
100 m men women
200 m men women
Individual medley
200 m men women
400 m men women
Freestyle relay
4×100 m men women
4×200 m men women
Medley relay
4×100 m men women

The fourth edition of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships, a long course (50 m) event, was held in 1991 in Edmonton, Alberta, in the Kinsmen Sports Center from August 22–25.[1] [2][3]

Results[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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 Tom Jager (USA) 22.21  Matt Biondi (USA) 22.30  Darren Lange (AUS) 23.00
100 m freestyle
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 Matt Biondi (USA) 49.72  Chris Fydler (AUS) 50.21  Shaun Jordan (USA) 50.38
200 m freestyle
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 Ian Brown (AUS) 1:49.48  Joe Hudepohl (USA) 1:49.63  Darren Ward (CAN) 1:50.89
400 m freestyle
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 Kieren Perkins (AUS) 3:50.08  Ian Brown (AUS) 3:50.74  Dan Jorgensen (USA) 3:54.13
800 m freestyle
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 Kieren Perkins (AUS) 7:50.68  Kurt Eldridge (AUS) 8:04.02  Matt Hooper (USA) 8:04.63
1500 m freestyle
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 Kieren Perkins (AUS) 14:59.79  Kurt Eldridge (AUS) 15:22.87  Matt Hooper (USA) 15:26.57
100 m backstroke
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 Jeff Rouse (USA) 54.67  Mark Tewksbury (CAN) 55.19  Jeff Thibault (USA) 55.93
200 m backstroke
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 Jeff Rouse (USA) 2:00.85  Kevin Draxinger (CAN) 2:01.03  Hajime Itoi (JPN) 2:01.94
100 m breaststroke
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 Mike Barrowman (USA) 1:02.02  Phil Rogers (AUS) 1:02.09  Akira Hayashi (JPN) 1:02.14
200 m breaststroke
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 Mike Barrowman (USA) 2:11.96  Hiroshi Fujieda (JPN) 2:14.78  Eric Wunderlich (USA) 2:15.43
100 m butterfly
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 Matt Biondi (USA) 54.24  Marcel Gery (CAN) 54.27  Mark Henderson (USA) 54.32
200 m butterfly
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 Melvin Stewart (USA) 1:57.92  David Wharton (USA) 1:59.98  Keiichi Kawanaka (JPN) 2:00.99
200 m individual medley
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 Gary Anderson (CAN) 2:02.93  Eric Namesnik (USA) 2:03.06  David Wharton (USA) 2:03.63
400 m individual medley
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 Eric Namesnik (USA) 4:18.40  David Wharton (USA) 4:22.92  Matthew Dunn (AUS) 4:24.06
4×100 m freestyle relay
details
 United States
Shaun Jordan (50.78)
Tom Jager (50.94)
Jon Olsen (48.85)
Matt Biondi (48.65)
3:19.22  Australia
Chris Fydler (50.56)
Darren Lange (50.22)
Andrew Baildon (50.35)
Matthew Renshaw (49.99)
3:21.12  Canada
Darren Ward (51.84)
Sebastien Goulet (50.73)
Sandy Goss (50.65)
Marcel Gery (50.49)
3:23.71
4×200 m freestyle relay
details
 United States
Troy Dalbey (1:50.56)
Dan Jorgensen (1:49.83)
Joe Hudepohl (1:49.14)
Jon Olsen (1:50.26)
7:19.77  Australia
Ian Brown (1:49.49)
Kieren Perkins (1:50.03)
Simon Upton (1:52.74)
Deane Pieters (1:50.85)
7:23.11  Canada
Edward Parenti (1:52.16)
Turlough O'Hare (1:51.49)
Frank Samel (1:51.86)
Darren Ward (1:52.84)
7:28.35
4×100 m medley relay
details
 United States
Jeff Rouse (53.93)WR
Mike Barrowman (1:01.19)
Mark Henderson (53.29)
Matt Biondi (48.74)
3:37.15  Canada
Mark Tewksbury (55.20)
Jonathan Cleveland (1:02.02)
Marcel Gery (53.48)
Sandy Goss (49.94)
3:40.64  Australia
Simon Upton (57.37)
Phil Rogers (1:02.22)
Jon Sieben (54.41)
Chris Fydler (49.92)
3:43.92

Women's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
50 m freestyle
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 Jenny Thompson (USA) 25.77  Angel Martino (USA) 25.86  Toni Jeffs (NZL) 26.21
100 m freestyle
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 Angel Martino (USA) 55.34  Nicole Haislett (USA) 55.63  Susie O'Neill (AUS) 56.12
200 m freestyle
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 Nicole Haislett (USA) 2:00.31  Janet Evans (USA) 2:00.64  Suzu Chiba (JPN) 2:00.71
400 m freestyle
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 Janet Evans (USA) 4:10.45  Kim Small (USA) 4:12.57  Suzu Chiba (JPN) 4:15.35
800 m freestyle
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 Janet Evans (USA) 8:28.69  Kim Small (USA) 8:36.30  Donna Procter (AUS) 8:39.31
1500 m freestyle
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 Janelle Elford (AUS) 16:26.27  Phillippa Langrell (NZL) 16:26.44  Brook Ayre (AUS) 16:40.79
100 m backstroke
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 Janie Wagstaff (USA) 1:01.00  Nicole Livingstone (AUS) 1:01.95  Silvia Poll (CRC) 1:02.75
200 m backstroke
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 Anna Simcic (NZL) 2:10.79  Nicole Livingstone (AUS) 2:11.33  Janie Wagstaff (USA) 2:11.39
100 m breaststroke
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 Linley Frame (AUS) 1:09.98  Samantha Riley (AUS) 1:10.05  Kelli King (USA) 1:10.68
200 m breaststroke
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 Kristine Quance (USA) 2:27.55  Samantha Riley (AUS) 2:32.20  Kyoko Kasuya (JPN) 2:32.53
100 m butterfly
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 Susie O'Neill (AUS) 59.93  Crissy Ahmann-Leighton (USA) 1:00.08  Yoko Kando (JPN) 1:00.39
200 m butterfly
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 Summer Sanders (USA) 2:09.84  Helen Morris (AUS) 2:10.84  Yoko Kando (JPN) 2:11.35
200 m individual medley
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 Summer Sanders (USA) 2:14.04  Nicole Haislett (USA) 2:16.53  Jacqueline McKenzie (AUS) 2:16.96
400 m individual medley
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 Summer Sanders (USA) 4:41.46  Kristine Quance (USA) 4:45.40  Lin Li (CHN) 4:48.27
4×100 m freestyle relay
details
 United States
Angel Martino (56.09)
Whitney Hedgepeth (56.53)
Jenny Thompson (56.63)
Nicole Haislett (54.42)
3:43.67  Japan
Ayako Nakano (56.67)
Naoko Imoto (57.66)
Yoko Koikawa (56.47)
Suzu Chiba (56.60)
3:47.40  Australia
Nicole Livingstone (57.74)
Lise Mackie (57.31)
Teressa Pyke (57.99)
Susie O'Neill (56.17)
3:49.21
4×200 m freestyle relay
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 United States
Nicole Haislett (2:00.84)
Whitney Hedgepeth (2:01.08)
Janet Evans (2:02.10)
Sarah Anderson (1:59.68)
8:03.70  Japan
Yoko Koikawa (2:03.74)
Naoko Imoto (2:03.96)
Ayako Nakano (2:03.70)
Suzu Chiba (2:00.80)
8:12.20  Australia
Toni Greaves (2:04.33)
Nicole Dornbusch (2:04.31)
Susie O'Neill (2:02.64)
Nicole Livingstone (2:01.80)
8:13.08
4×100 m medley relay
details
 United States
Janie Wagstaff (1:01.09)
Kelli King (1:10.29)
Crissy Ahmann-Leighton (59.59)
Nicole Haislett (55.01)
4:05.98  Australia
Nicole Livingstone (1:02.30)
Linley Frame (1:09.43)
Susie O'Neill (59.97)
Lise Mackie (57.19)
4:08.79  Japan
Eri Nakamura (1:04.70)
Kyoko Kasuya (1:10.66)
Yoko Kando (1:00.68)
Suzu Chiba (56.67)
4:12.91

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Results of the 1991 Pan Pacific" (PDF). USA Swimming. August 26, 1991. Retrieved March 4, 2014. 
  2. ^ ISHOF list with all medalists in Pan Pacific Championships history Archived 2014-10-10 at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "1991 Pan Pacific results". Swim News. September 1, 1991. Retrieved March 22, 2014.